Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form


The Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney allows a motor vehicle owner to hand over an assortment of vehicle administration tasks to another party to attend to on their behalf. Examples of tasks include those regarding a duplicate title, transfer of title, noting of lien, application for title and registration, request for verification of vehicle ownership, and any other motor vehicle related tasks that the owner specifies. The other party, called their Attorney-in-Fact, will in turn also be granted the authority to sign their name on any documentation pertaining to such tasks.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 5601(b)) – There are no signing requirements specified for a Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney to be considered legally valid. However, it is recommended that a Notary Public notarizes the form.